(Sam and his kids are heading somewhere.) It seems they’re on an outing. Will there be the mister in this house? – “In this house?” / – They have grass in the yard. It might be so fun to play there. But our house is on a lease. (That’s right.) – “A lease.” / – A lease! (We have a lease on our house!) They learned it too clearly when they moved in. Whose house are we visiting today? We’re almost there. There will be water. You like water, right? Is it a water house? – “A water house”? / – Are we going to take a bath? Are they going to a bathhouse? What other building would house water in it? – He’s taking off her shoes. / – What are you doing? We have to take off our shoes before entering. Let’s go. Follow me. – He should wear his shoes. / – You forgot your shoes. Will you leave them here? – William! / – Bentley is taking care of him. (Gosh, my hands are too small.) What is the place they call a water house… (They slip from his right hand this time.) – Come here. / – He’s dropping them in turn. (Brother!) – He’s good. / – Put these on. “Put these on.” (Again!) Goodness. Your brother is taking good care of you. No, we must take off our shoes here. You don’t know anything. – Hey. / – Let’s go. There’s a garden here. – You know it? Let’s sit down. / – Where is this place? (Struggling) – He’s too short. / – Let’s have a meeting. It’s the first Will-Ben Summit. What will you do after 10 years? Or for 10 years. I’m going to play. (What a wonderful plan.) – Without going to school? / – No. – Without studying? / – No. – I won’t study. / – Ben. What will you do for the next 10 years? Eat. – “Eat.” / – Will you eat for 10 years? – He’ll eat for 10 years. / – That’s most important. – Meat. / – Meat? (Everyone agrees on it.) – Only meat for 10 years? / – That’s most important. (I see. At least you have a plan.) There are orange balls. – Orange balls? / – What are they? – Persimmons. / – I see. They are called persimmons. They are so pretty. I want to eat some of them. He’s jumping to pick one for his brother. – But he’s a little too short. / – Oh, gosh. – You couldn’t reach it? / – No. Let me try. (Watch me do it, little brother.) (Jumping) (He’s not even close.) They’re more or less on the same level. Wait, there’s one on the ground. (It’s a persimmon!) He picked it. – Do you want to eat it? / – Yes. Let me clean it first. (That’s enough.) – Here. / – It’s most delicious that way, after wiping the dirt with your pants. (Crunchy) What? (It’s the first bitter taste in his life.) (Spitting) (Spitting it all out) It’s bitter. (William takes a bite too.) Oh, no. (Tasting) It tastes weird. It’s not good, is it? My face became like this. (Give me one more bite!) – He wants another bite. / – He wants more? (Another bite, another taste of bitterness) It’s still bitter. – Again. / – You like it. I guess it’s addictive. – You keep it. / – He never gives up. Eat it on your own. – Is it good? / – He’s holding it with his hands. (He swallows it if it’s sweet and even if it’s bitter.) “He swallows it if it’s sweet and even if it’s bitter.” – So cute. / – Your hand is so cold. – Do you want to go inside? / – Yes. – Right, the water house. / – Just what is it? Knock, knock. Who is it? (Hello.) Excuse me. (Ding-dong) – What? / – Is this the bathhouse? – It looks like a coffee shop. / – Let’s sit there. – What? / – I think it’s a dessert store. Let’s sit first. But where is water? – Exactly. / – Where do I take off my clothes? We’ll do a foot bath. Just our feet. – A foot bath? / – I see. I like oriental medicine a lot. I got acupuncture and cauterized with moxa yesterday, and I found an oriental medicine cafe that suits me. There will be water, which my kids love too. That means it’ll be good both for me and the kids. It’s like catching two birds with one stone. My goodness. What is this? Oh, gosh. – Kids love water. / – One, two, three, four. All right. Take off your shoes. I want to take off all my clothes. No, you can’t take it all off. (Pulling) – What? Excuse me. / – Hello? (The turtles inside his pants say hi.) – Do that at home. / – He’s cute. (Struggling) Hello? – He copies William. / – Take off your shoes. Come here. – Water. Water. / – I know. How’s the temperature? Is it warm? Warm? (It feels like my body is melting.) He’s already in love with foot baths. I love it. Me too. In cold winter, bathing your feet is good enough. Ben, come here. I’ll get you going. Come here. Oh, they get their own tub. – That’s nice. / – Raise your arms. (Raise your arms.) – He’s stuck. / – His upper lip got stuck. (His tummy is surprisingly big.) – Sorry. / – Look at his tummy. Here. – He got changed. / – Dad, there’s smoke. (Bentley’s tub is steaming.) Hot. You’re supposed to have a foot bath in hot water. Of course. (It’s nice and warm.) It’s nice. You’ll feel drowsy. (Bentley smiles.) (I give five stars for this foot bath.) He can’t help clapping. (Let me put my whole body in now.) Get up. You only put your feet in. Feet only. No butt. Yes. He’s obedient. Put only your feet. Feet? – “Feet?” / – That’s hands. Where are your feet? (This is a foot.) – Good job. / – There it is. (I was confused because…) – Hello. / – “Hello.” He’s so adorable. – Dad… / – Here you go. – Okay. / – What’s that? – It looks like herbal medicine. / – What? You may also drink it. (It’s a drinkable herbal bath bomb.) – It’s drinkable. / – I want to drink it. You’re supposed to add it in the water. Do you want to? I guess their foot bath contains herbal medicine. Zombie water. It’s really nice. Since we’re here, we need to wear this. – Sheep head. / – Right. Sheep head is a must. (Bentley, pour it yourself.) – It’s a bonus. / – He poured it right away. This is perfect. I love it. (William starts feeling drowsy.) – My fatigue is relieved. / – It’s also sunny. – No! Don’t sit down! / – No. Sit down? – Sit down? / – His dad just closed his eyes. He’s thinking about sitting down. My goodness. He’s adorable. – Of course. / – He sat down. I like it. Well… (It relieves my fatigue.) We can call it a lower-body bath. – I know. It’s a perfect size. / – I’m wet. (Under the sun…) It works. He can dry himself there. He might fall asleep there. (He wriggles his toes in satisfaction.) (Big toe up.) – Big toe up. / – It’s big toe up. What are you doing? (Bentley is funny.) What? (This is the reason I take a bath.) What’s this? Don’t unplug that. – That’s the bath plug. / – Did he just unplug it? The water will drain. (Let me play with it for a second.) Really? What? Wait. What a waste of the herbal bath bomb. (Dropping) – The water is draining out. / – What now? He stops it with his hands. (His hands can’t stop the water from draining.) (I have no other choice.) Water is draining out. (I must use my last option.) (Tight) Is he blocking with his butt? (I sacrifice my butt for the water.) – It works. / – I guess it works. (It’s a butt bath plug.) William, you shouldn’t be sitting in there. You have no extra clothes. No. The water was draining. I’ll use this instead. He’s using his brother’s tub. – Bentley, come here. Use that tub. / – Gosh. You… You’ve been quite cunning lately. Come here, Bentley. – Right. They can share it. / – Right. – Hold my hand. / – That’s even better. They’re good brothers. – Let’s do this together. / – What about me? – We’re brothers. / – Can’t I be your brother? Then will you call me Older Brother William? – Food. Food. / – Hey. – Okay. Let’s get changed. / – “Food.” – He must eat wherever he goes. / – I don’t know what you should wear. – Would you wear Bentley’s clothes? / – Yes. It’s all we have right now. Nice pants, William. They look like skinny jeans. – My goodness. / – That’s his brother’s. (When they were babies,) My goodness! (William wore those flowery pajamas.) Oh, that’s when he wore them. (William wore those flowery pajamas.) – Are you going to do it too? / – How adorable. My goodness. He has no hair. How cute. – You gave them to Bentley. / – They became tight. How silly. – They became tight. / – There. – Dad, what is this? / – This man? – What? / – What is that? Why is he bleeding? You’re the same. If you open your body up, that’s what it looks like inside. I’m open, but there’s nothing. – If you open up here, / – Look at his tummy. it’s inside here. Do I have that? This is the tummy. This is the liver. That’s poo, Bentley. Chocolate. – That’s the liver. / – “Chocolate.” – They ripped it. / – That’s the liver. That’s not chocolate. That’s the liver. He calls the liver chocolate. – I want something delicious. / – Come here. – We can go out. / – I want something delicious. (Which snack will fill them after the foot bath?) Sit down. What is it? I think it’s a special snack. Wait. (I’m curious.) (I can’t stand the curiosity.) I want to know what it is. – Bentley… / – Hi. – Hi. / – “Hi.” – What is it? / – What is it? (It’s soft and chewy rice cake.) It’s rice cake. – It’s traditional snacks. / – Yes. Thank you. (They even got yugwa.) Hello? (Speed matters in front of food.) (He starts eating speedily with both hands.) – Watch and follow. / – I’ll watch and follow. Let me eat. Go ahead and eat. (I was saying…) – Goodness. / – What now? It fell. (My rice cake disappeared.) (Let me get my left hand full.) This is mine. (It’s not easy.) – Don’t fight over food. / – Goodness. Eat yours. He’s stealing his brother’s. Rice cake. – It’s the same rice cake. / – Right. Right. Other’s food looks bigger and tastier. Don’t take them all. Seriously. I only have honey left. (Gosh, Bentley.) Seriously. Are you really brothers? Bentley. What is this? What is that, Bentley? (What? Where?) That’s… (Now’s my chance.) He got caught. – He’s caught red-handed. / – William. William. William. He’s watching. Bentley’s angry. Hey. (You stole my food while I wasn’t watching?) That’s not chestnut. (In that case…) Mine. – He was eating it. / – Boo. (Whatever.) (Forget it.) – He must be angry. / – He’s upset. His rice cake disappeared. He wants everyone to leave. Leave! (The dog is startled.) (Is Bentley upset?) My goodness. He’s angry. William is bugged. (Fine. You won.) That’s right. – Right. / – Right. (You’re giving it to me?) – It’s nice to see them sharing. / – I left it for you. (You’re the best.) Hey. – Hey. / – That’s a big thumb up. – That’s thumb rice cake. / – Thumbs up. I thought that was salted pollack roe. (Double thumbs up) Give me some. I guess he regretted giving it to Bentley. – Gosh. / – What? That’s so little. (He never changes.) – That’s too little. / – That’s cheap. – “You don’t want it? Fine.” / – Are you serious? – I’m fine with honey. / – Goodness. He’s licking it. He’s such a nice brother. I’ll check out this place with Bentley. Just play around here for now, okay? Yes. Come here, Bentley. They hold hands – wherever they go. / – Let’s play over here. (Singing) Hello. We’re back. (Wait. We’ve seen that.) – It’s the guy earlier. / – Chocolate. – Oh, chocolate. / – Bentley, that’s not chocolate. – That’s a liver. / – His liver is out of his belly. Give it back, Bentley. Hey. Hey! Oh, my gosh. We have to put it back. – Dad. / – What? (He brings something inside.) Did he put it back? – All done. / – What? What is that? William, why did you put it in there? It’s persimmon. No, it should be a liver. – Yes, a persimmon. / – No, a liver. – A persimmon instead of a liver. / – A persimmon! – There should be a liver. / – “Liver” not “persimmon”. – This is a liver. / – This is a persimmon and… – Even Sam is confused. / – That doesn’t go in there. Is this a persimmon or a liver? He was confused since the words are similar in Korean. – “Persimmon” and “liver” sound similar. / – Food! (You can check by eating.) There you go. If it’s edible, it’s a persimmon. Hey. – It must be bitter. / – Why you are tiring yourself when we came here to relax? Dad, do you want a persimmon? No, thank you. I don’t ever want a persimmon. Dad, the persimmon dropped. – Did it drop? / – Yes. See you next week! See you next week!